Game of Thrones™ and Giant's Causeway from Dublin

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Cliffs of Moher, Galway and the Burren from Dublin

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Giant's Causeway and Rope Bridge from Dublin

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Glendalough, Wicklow and Kilkenny including Sheepdog Trails

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Walking Tour in Dublin

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Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Whiskey Tasting from Dublin

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Titanic Museum and Giant's Causeway from Dublin

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Private Tour: Giant's Causeway and Rope Bridge Express

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Dublin Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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OVERVIEW – River Liffey divide the city into North and South. Grafton Street and Temple Bar are both in the South. St. Stephen’s Green, Trinity College and Guinness Storehouse are in the South as well. On the North side, there is O’Connell Street, Grand Post Office, Jameson Distillery and National Leprechaun Museum.

GETTING AROUND – Dublin is relatively flat, making it perfect for cycling. There are cycle lanes everywhere in the city. Buses and Luas (tram) are frequent in the city. Flagging down a taxi is not too difficult in the city centre.

WEATHER – Spring (Feb to Apr), summer (May to July) and Autumn (Aug to Oct) are the most popular time to visit. Long sunny evenings (around 18 hours of daylight in July and August) makes it very pleasant for travellers. Winter (Nov to Jan) can be cold, but it is dry. Tourist attractions, day trips and hotels tend to be cheaper in winter months.

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral

Jameson Distillery (Bow Street)

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Dublin Fashion Tour

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Rock n Roll Museum

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National Wax Museum

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River Liffey Sightseeing Cruise

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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

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Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour

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The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story

Jeanie Johnston Irish Famine Story

Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum

Russborough House & Parklands

Epic Irish Emigration Museum

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